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International Cricket Bowlers without No-Ball Records

September 4, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

A no-ball is anything but an authentic delivery. The bowler and the handling group can need to confront substantial outcomes of it. For example, everybody would recollect the T20 World Cup 2016 semi-last among India and West Indies where Hardik Pandya and Ravichandran Ashwin's no ball delivery cost a thrashing to India.

Do you know the most noteworthy number of no-ball bowled in a Test coordinate? It's 103. During the match between West Indies and Pakistan in 1977, 103 no balls were enlisted, and it's a world record. Yet, here, we have named the seven most uncommon bowlers who have never bowled a no-ball in their profession.

Sir Ian Botham

Previous England cricketer Ian Botham is one of the best allrounders of cricket history. He was a forceful right-gave batsman and, as a right-arm quick medium bowler, was noted for his swing bowling.

In his well-to-do profession, he played 102 Tests, 116 ODIs, picked 383 and 145 wickets individually. Quite, he recorded the most extraordinary record of never bowling no-ball in his vocation.

The previous England commander drove his group to a few astounding triumphs, including the Ashes Test arrangement win. At times, he without any help removed the weight from the group with his ruling batting and bowling. Ian resigned from the game in the late spring of 1992.

Imran Khan

Imran Khan, who is presently the Prime Minister of Pakistan, was the chief of Pakistan's public cricket crew. He drove the Green Army to their World Cup triumph in 1992. Strikingly, it is likewise the last triumph of Pakistan in the World Cup.

The Pakistani all-rounder played 88 tests, scoring 3807 runs and taking 362 wickets. He additionally scored 3709 runs and took 182 wickets in 175 ODIs. The effective pioneer likewise holds the record of never bowled a no-ball in their profession.

Imran resigned from the game at 39 years old. After retirement, he did a few generous works and now is the pioneer of Pakistan.

Dennis Lillee

Previous Australian quick bowler Dennis Lillee threatened batsmen everywhere on over the world. He was the best pacer of the 70s and 80s and presumably, the best of constantly. Speed was his quality which drove him to extraordinary statures, making him the then most noteworthy Test wicket-taker (355).

Lillee holds the record of failing to bowl a no-ball in his longer than a long term vocation, which was tormented by wounds. He spoke to Australia in 70 Test matches, and 63 ODIs. Lille was constrained into retirement in 1983 on account of wounds.

Bob Willis

Previous England pacer Bob Willis shaped a dangerous bowling blend with Ian Botham. Fans consider him as the a-list quick bowler. Strikingly, he is as yet the fourth-most elevated Test wicket-taker of England behind James Anderson, Stuart Broad, and Ian Botham. He has gotten 325 Test wickets in 90 matches.

Wills is among a couple of players who have never bowled a no-ball in their profession. Other than his work of art in Tests, he has additionally played in 64 ODIs and gotten 80 wickets.

During his over a 10-year vocation, he appreciated colossal achievement. However, toward the finish of his profession, wounds disturbed him, which drove him to resign in 1984.

Lance Gibbs

The previous cricketer Lance Gibbs was the lynchpin spinner of the West Indies during their brilliant period. He picked 309 wickets in 79 Test matches. He multiple times picked five-wicket take and multiple times enlisted four-wicket pull.

The spinner with his cunning hoodwinked batsman and gave a discovery to the group on a few events. His best exhibitions came against India and Australia.

Gibbs tingled his name in this rundown without bowling a no-ball during his prosperous vocation. He last played the Test arrangement against Australia in 1976.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh